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“I’m not a man- but I’d go! Oh, I’d go!” - Isobel Kuhn


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“[Dr. J. Edwin Orr] said historical research proves that prayer precedes revival and awakening. Evangelism and social justice follow close behind.” “When de Tocqueville visited America in 1831, he said, ‘America is a nation with the soul of a church.’ However, by the 1840s, denominations were splitting and an emphasis on the Second Coming left many disillusioned. Apathy and complacency began taking a toll.” [Welsh Revival 1904] “A hundred thousand were converted cutting drunkenness in half and causing taverns to go bankrupt. Crimes were so few that judges had no cases to try. The mules in the mines had to be re-taught because the miners quit using profanity…. Church membership in America increased by two million in five years. It was common for stores to close for hours for prayer. In Los Angeles, the Grand Opera House was filled at midnight with drunks and prostitutes seeking salvation. [J. Edwin Orr, The Re-study of revival and Revivalism (Los Angeles: The Oxford Association for Research in Revival or Evangelical Awakening, 1981), p. 45]“ “We don’t have to convince an unwilling God to come and refresh us with His presence. He’s for it. But, He cannot be manipulated. But when sincere hearts who know they cannot do His work nor His will without Him, humbly pray, He will answer.” “We’ve learned enough to know He will come, but have we learned enough to pray until He does?” - Glenn Sheppard


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"However, by the 1840s, denominations were splitting and an emphasis on the Second Coming left many disillusioned. Apathy and complacency began taking a toll.”


It wasn't the emphasis on the "Second Coming" that split the Church. It was around 1826-7 that Margaret McDonald's vision got to Darby and then Scoffield and changed the eschatology that the Church believed for almost 1800 yrs that split the Church and caused "complacency" and will continue to, until men of GOD preach the truth.

The truth brings Revival and the fear of the LORD, repentence and a striving as Paul strove, for the crown of the Overcomers.

"...Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness, looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God ..."

~ Peter - second epistle, third chapter.

 2011/3/25 23:11
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‎"I will not boast in anything No gifts, no power, no wisdom But I will boast in Jesus Christ His death and resurrection"
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The devil's rule is over those who are in a state of sin and ignorance, not over those who are sometimes sinful or ignorant.

Those who commune most with God know best how to serve Him. Your frequent retreats into the secret places of God assure that you will hear Him when He speaks and receive your orders direct from Him.

Just to be busy doing something for the Lord is not enough; you must make certain your work is stamped with faith, zeal, and love.

If you find yourself going about your spiritual tasks out of habit rather than love, it is time to repair your armor.

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Talking to men for God is a great thing, but talking to God for men is greater still. - E M Bounds


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"If no one is accusing you of being too legalistic, then you probably aren't living a holy life. If no one is accusing you of being a 'bleeding heart', then you probably aren't loving enough. If no one is accusing you of being too dogmatic, then you probably aren't standing for the truth. If no one is accusing you or criticizing you, then you probably aren't doing anything significant." -- Israel Wayne


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The saint is hilarious when he is crushed with difficulties because the thing is so ludicrously impossible to anyone but God.

Oswald Chambers: last line of 2nd August, My Utmost for His Highest

 2011/3/30 9:22
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"We all know we are to love all. But do we have an "alabaster box" where we can value and appreciate others. Even those who are clearly less worthy, ungraceful, and weak. (1Co. 12:22-24) Verse 25 tells us this will keep unity in the body." - Brother Dale Schmucker


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We should be far more shocked at the sin which deserves hell than at the hell which comes out of sin. Charles Spurgeon - Faith's Checkbook - March 31

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